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Transportation Barriers to Successful Reentry among Returning Citizens: A Qualitative Interpretive Meta-synthesis
The Prison Journal  (IF1.19),  Pub Date : 2021-07-02, DOI: 10.1177/00328855211029894
Anne Nordberg, Jaya B. Davis, Sara R. Leat, Stephen Mattingly, Craig Keaton, Michael B. Mitchell

Over 600,000 individuals return to United States communities from prison each year. Transportation has been identified as a major barrier to successful reentry. Applying qualitative interpretive meta-synthesis to achieve a deep understanding of reentry transportation obstacles, 11 articles with 362 male and female participants were identified. Two themes emerged from our analysis: (1) “Transportation connects complex obligations,” highlighting the critical role that transportation plays in the successful navigation of post-release conditions; and (2) “Transportation deficiencies exacerbate vulnerability,” revealing how transportation factors intertwine with structural issues to increase precarity.